Walkthrough from the C64 game "Fairlight"
played and bugfixed by Darksoft.
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Welcome to the Land of Fairlight. You are about to enter a world of wonder and magic. Fairlight represents the 'state of the art' in 3-dimensional graphic adventures. What makes Fairlight rather special is a programming environment called 'The 3-D Worldmaker Technique'.
Objects and characters in general have 'real world' features, such as weight, momentum and sometimes a degree of intelligence, too. Although, for instance you (as the hero 'Isvar') have 5 'pockets' to carry things in, you may no be able to carry as many as 5 - what you can carry also depends on the weight of the objects.
Many objects have, well, 'magical' uses. All is not as may first meet the eye.
FAIRLIGHT 1:A Prelude - The Light Revealed
A dying land.
It did not happen overnight. The land of Fairlight had once been a beauteous place, peopled by a fair race, led by mighty and wort hy Kings and Queens. But the beauty had faded. The leaders had grown weaker and weaker.
The Light had all but gone.
The history books written by the Elders of days long gone by, talked almost solely of a land of peace, al and of music and jollity.
A land where it seemed the sun shone brightly every day, in clear blue skys. A land in which magic was everywhere, in everything and in everyone...
No one could explain exactly what had gone wrong, although there was no shortage of village storytellers more than willing to try. Only the Castle Avars stood alone and silent on the plains of Avarslund - the last dwelling place of a King of Fairlight, the King Avars, who some say was king when the Land was still full of magic, before the fall...
As long as anyone could remember no one had succeeded in gaining entrance to this last vestage of the land as it once was.
As Isvar, you have accidentally gained entrance to the castle - or was it an accident ? A voice has spoken with you. It claimed to be projection of Segar the Immortal, Wizard of Light, held captive in a tower within. "Go", the voice had said, "Seek the Book of Light within these walls, and bring it to me, that I may be free to bring Light back to the land again..."
- The original had a bug which makes the game impossible to complete.
Darksoft had bugfixed the game to make this longplay
- An second part was announced but never released for the C64.
There was only an port for the spectrum computer.